Since the financial crisis on Wall Street, consumers have been finding their way to the local doorsteps of credit unions instead of corporate banks – and they are realizing that the doors are always open. While banks continue to feed from the pockets of their customers with mounting checking fees, debit fees, hidden fees, and … Continue reading
Author Archives: AJ Burt
Trending Incorporation of Voter ID Laws
In my political science class, my professor, we’ll call him Dr. Mane, was leading a discussion on adequate forms of voter identification in states that require them. Amidst the class conversation, Dr. Mane mentioned how absurd it is that the state of Texas accepts concealed carry permits as valid forms of identification, yet does not … Continue reading
Airline Prices are “Fly-High” in the United States… Why Not in Europe?
I wanted to visit my significant other, who is studying abroad at the University of Limerick, in Ireland. Not to my surprise, my flight research came to a screeching halt when I saw the digits perpetuating across the computer screen, making me wonder if the amount was a phone number, or the ticket price—and I … Continue reading
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